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Not only is silver the traditional 25th anniversary gift, but it has deep, shiny roots in horror – from the silver that scorches vampires to the bullets that take werewolves down. Silver is the gleam of a goth’s ankh, silver is the sliver of the fog-shrouded moon. This Lace is cool and metallic, gleaming and liminal, sharp and fanged, with bitter black vanilla husk, bourbon tobacco, white cognac, juniper berry, white musk, ti leaf, and Italian bergamot.   

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I know it's bad right out of the mail but figured there'd be interest in first impressions.  Silver Lace is glorious. Stars out skin musky and light green grass vaguely like dandelions and concrete? Wet Reminds me of one of the cemeteries and dry down is maybe is one of the unicorns - like deVos or allegory of chastity with that sheer vanilla. I reapplied when I got home but the stay power was really good. Keep huffing it.

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 Silver Lace is a refreshing addition to the pack. I love it. The bergamot ti leaf and white musk are gleaming white with a sweet smooth sheer vanilla lace over them. Wonderful bright sweet oriental. I will cherish this.

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So on me this is similar to Antique Lace but with a silverish feel instead of aged yellowed lace. It is something freshish but not necessarily green or citrus or anything I can pin down. Also not with any kind of cool or snow note.

Antique Lace that isn’t Antique. I can see this being VERY popular.

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Silvery, yellowed Antique Lace. I get citrus, vanilla, lace, and something that toggles between Antique Lace and a more white tea/silver version of that. It actually makes me think of Lucy from the Dracula stories once she becomes a vampire. It's that sort of not quite human aspect going on. Medium throw and wear length.

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